How to Optimise Your WordPress SEO Strategy for Maximum Profits

1. Manage Your Search Visibility

2. Optimise Your URLs

3. Improve Your Loading Speed

  • High Bounce Rate
    Always remember that a search engine’s best intention is to provide users with the best content possible. A high bounce rate, however, indicates that most users find your content relatively useless, which is a red flag in the eyes of these search engines.
  • Lower Conversions
    Of course, bounce rate also directly affects your website’s conversion rate and overall profitability. And if your slow website is actually putting off 40% of your traffic, then your website’s profit potential is essentially nearly halved.

4. Research Focus Keywords

  • If applicable, use “filters” to find keywords with transactional terms, such as “hire,” “buy,” “services”, “for sale,” and so on.
  • Look for keywords with a keyword competitiveness rating of 0.4 or less, which encompass all low-medium competition keywords.
  • If you run a local business, be sure to set the proper language and region before you look for keyword ideas.

5. Add Keywords to the Right Places

Conclusion

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Robyn Kyberd

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Business Development & Optimisation Consultant with a serious soft spot for CX, Digital Marketing, SEO and Analytics. https://optimiseandgrowonline.com.au/

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